Dennis Schiaroli

Dennis Schiaroli

London, UK

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Dennis is a Designer, Artist and Researcher within the field of Architecture. His passion lies in the curiosity for formal novelty within established historical and theoretical approach.

Dennis received his Master Degree in Architecture with Distinction from Die Angewandte, University of Applied Arts Vienna in 2018 where he studied under Greg Lynn and Hani Rashid. In 2016 He was awarded a full bright scholarship from SCI-Arc where he studied for one semester.

Prior to this, he worked for several architecture offices in Sydney, Australia where he also completed his Bachelor Degree in Architecture from the University of Technology, UTS.

Dennis work has been extensively published and exhibited internationally including: the MAK Museum in Vienna (2017), Vienna Biennale (2017), Tallinn Architecture Biennale (2017), Venice Biennale (2016), amongst others.



Zaha Hadid Architects, London, GB, Designer

SD, CD, DD, 3D modelling and understanding of complex geometry,
Master planning, 2D presentation drawings, Visualization, prepare clean 3D models for 3D printing,coordinate work with external companies.

Aug 2018 - current

Bates Smart, Sydney, AU, Designer

SD, CD, DD, 3D modelling, Master planning, 2D presentation drawings, Visualization

Oct 2013 - Jul 2014


Oct 2014 - Jan 2018

Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2016 - Dec 2016

University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, AU, BArch, Architecture

Feb 2010 - Dec 2012


European Union Scholarship, Grant

Full Bright Scholarship covering the 2.5 years M.Arch Tuition fees.


Students Design Competition 2012, Transport for NSW, 1st Place

The requirements for the competition were to investigate the question of 'architectural hybrids as an architectural manifesto and sequence connecting Wynyard train station to the future Barangaroo development sit'.
Proposals were made up of three components negotiating with specific spatial and programmatic conditions: an underground pedestrian tunnel, a complex and fictional development on Sussex Street (i.e. housing, chapel, video art gallery, golf practice, etc) and a pedestrian bridge to Barangaroo


Design Leader Recognition, Award


Frank Gehry Study Trip, Scholarship


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